SIKESTON -- Christine Anne Eftink and Jack Howard Seymour were united in marriage during a Nov. 4, 2006, ceremony. Judge Lewis Blanton officiated.
Parents of the bride are Carl and Sheila Eftink of Sikeston, and the bridegroom is the son of Paul and Maxine Seymour of Sikeston.
The bride wore a white embroidered, off-the-shoulder, floor-length gown featuring an embroidered train. Her veil was accented with a Celtic Unity tiara and scattered with white seed pearls.
Serving as maid of honor was Caroline Eftink, sister of the bride. She wore an off-the-shoulder, eggplant-colored, tea-length dress with a silver sash.
The bridegroom wore a black suit with a western tie. Best man was Jerry Pritchard of Kirkland, Wash., friend of the bridegroom.
A reception and dance followed the ceremony at the Coach House Inn in Sikeston.
A 1999 graduate of Scott County Central High School, the bride is employed by Sarducci's Deli in Kirkland. Seymour is a 1999 graduate of New Madrid County Central High School. He owns Primate Games, a computer gaming software company, and is employed by Microsoft.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Seymour are making their home in Kirkland.